How to Run Split Test Your AdSense




1. Understanding Split Testing? 


Sometimes also called A / B testing, split testing means that you  running two different versions of AdSense ad units on your blog so that you  can see which one performs best. You serve one version of an advertisement for one visitor, and then another version for the next visitor.  Be aware of visitors who will do is click on the general  first time visitors who come to your blog, and when next he comes many times so he would know the position of your ad. With this ad you Split Test would be difficult to guess by visitors because your ad will always change randomizer. Here you can enter either two ads with different sizes and colors different, as long as your ad's position seems to be in accordance with the position and character of the blog you.


2. How to Run Split Test Your AdSense Ads



Split testing sounds complex but is actually relatively easy to do.
In short, all it takes several channels in your AdSense account
so you can track the results and then put a little extra code in
about the AdSense code in your blog template.


How:


1. Create two channels / different channels in your AdSense account. they may be
could be called 'Split Ad A' and 'Split Ad B ".
2. Make two different ad units on your AdSense account. Create a second ad
with the same size (different size does not matter) but Distinguish color. copy
paste the AdSense code into the first and second your notepad as you will
need it.
3. Pair your Google Adsense ads in the code that I give below


<script type="text/javascript"> 
    var random_number = Math.random(); 
    if (random_number < .5){ 
        / / First Adsense Ad Code  
    } else { 
        / / Second Adsense Ad Code  
    } 
</script> 
<script type="text/javascript"     
src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"></script> 


Then the result will be



<script type="text/javascript"> 
    var random_number = Math.random(); 
    if (random_number < .5){ 
        //<script type="text/javascript"><!-- 
google_ad_client = "pub-1423981525149759"; 
google_ad_host = "pub-1556223355139109"; 
/* 160x600, dibuat 10/02/05 */ 
google_ad_slot = "0731806788"; 
google_ad_width = 160; 
google_ad_height = 600; 
//--> 
    } else { 
        //<script type="text/javascript"><!-- 
google_ad_client = "pub-1423981525149759"; 
/* 200x90, dibuat 10/01/10 */ 
google_ad_slot = "4203383039"; 
google_ad_width = 200; 
google_ad_height = 90; 
//--> 
    } 
</script> 
<script type="text/javascript"     
src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js"></script> 




Try to pair split test this on your blog for a few days. Please check your
the results every day in your google adsense account. If you get a click 
Most of the ads first and second ad less than the maximum, please make changes on your second advertisement, and do split-test again.